YOU NEED A SYSTEM THAT
IMAGINES EVERY POSSIBILITY.
To safely move the world to a greener, more accessible future.
To transform cities and solve real-world problems.
“We have turned to this new technology and it’s working. It’s helping the quality of life. It’s cutting down our traffic congestion; cutting down on emissions because we have fewer vehicles on the road. We’re very grateful to May Mobility and them coming in to partner with us.”
— MAYOR JEFF WILLIAMS, CITY OF ARLINGTON
Changing the world takes teamwork.
In every city, there’s greater human potential waiting to be unlocked. We find it in the inconsistencies between bike routes and rail stops—and the gaps between bus routes and dining districts. With multiple transportation platforms, we complement existing transit systems to unlock it.
Long before we deliver your fleet of autonomous vehicles, we study your city’s traffic and commuter flow, identifying bottlenecks and gaps in the current public transit schema to design the most optimal routes for your communities.
Want to park in the cheaper lots but don’t want to make that long walk? If we’re in a city, it’s likely we’ve filled that gap with a convenient route to get you there.
Redundant sensor technology and our multi-policy decision-making system (MPDM) work together to not just see the road and react quickly, but to anticipate potential hazards—simulating thousands of possibilities in the time it took to read this paragraph.
Check out some of the past and current communities we’ve had the pleasure of serving.
Our rural deployment in Grand Rapids, MN covers nearly 17 square miles and contains approximately 70 pick-up and drop-off points using May Mobility’s fleet of five Toyota Sienna Autono-MaaS autonomous vehicles, including three accessible vehicles with ADA-compliant wheelchair ramps.
Launched in October of 2021, our service in our hometown of Ann Arbor connects Kerrytown to Downtown Ann Arbor, as well as central and south areas of University of Michigan’s campus.
Operating over a span of 3.2 miles with 20 stops and more than 70,000 rides given to the public, our Grand Rapids, MI deployment was the longest-distance, fixed-route autonomous transit service in Michigan.
Our deployment in Indianapolis, IN was the first public transportation in the city to offer free rides through the Nickel Plate district, medical facilities, amphitheater, city hall, restaurants, the library, downtown events and retail like Target.
Sponsored by the Higashi-Hiroshima City Autono-MaaS Promotion Consortium, May Mobility operated a public route on Hiroshima University’s Higashi-Hiroshima campus from March 2021 to June 2022.
From December 2018 to September 2019, our deployment autonomously drove more than 19,000 miles in the most populous city in Ohio.
Our Detroit-based deployment saved 3.4 tons of carbon emissions—the equivalent of taking five cars off the road or planting 966 trees in just one year.
We’re proud to bring May’s first on-demand autonomous vehicle service to the Lone Star state, where we’re ready to move UTA students and the surrounding community.
At May Mobility, there’s a fierce urgency to make a real, meaningful impact right now. We’re proud of the progress we’ve made with our valued partners. And, we’re just getting started.
Unique Deployments in the U.S. and Japan